Whether it's going to Comerica Park to watch the Detroit Tiger's play or going to DTE to see your favorite band, just being in that kind of environment is something we all miss so very much right now.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease, told Yahoo Sports it's unlikely a league such as the NBA, scheduled to tip off its season on December 22, will have arenas filled with fans. Even though he refers to sporting events, you can take what he has to say and apply it to concerts as well.
According to Fauci, the general public, meaning not frontline workers or those with underlying conditions who will be the first in line to get the vaccine, will likely have access to a vaccine beginning in April. Sports that most people will need to be vaccinated against COVID-19 before officials can start lifting attendance caps at stadiums.
"I think that will be completely dependent on the uptake of vaccines by the people of the country and specifically the people of NY".
While summer sports would be "cutting it close", Fauci thinks NFL football in September will be possible.
End of summer? I wonder what this will mean for concerts that have been rescheduled for spring and early summer.
In the case of the Buffalo Bills, the team has been playing in front of no fans.
"Having served six (White House) administrations, I've been through five transitions, and I know that transitions are really important if you want to get a smooth handing over of the responsibility", Fauci said.
"I think that will be completely dependent on the uptake of vaccines by the people of the country and specifically the people of New York", Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, told the outlet. But an efficacious vaccine that's widely utilized could get us to a point where we're really approaching normality.